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Upcoming Zoom Talks: Spring/ Summer 2021


June 3, 2021 at 5pm EDT

A View From Above: Understanding Utagawa Hiroshige's 100 Famous Views of Edo
Teresa Carbone, Program Director for American Art, Henry Luce Foundation
Joan Cummins, Senior Curator of Asian Art, Brooklyn Museum
Joseph Goddu, Private dealer in American art
Gary Levine, Art dealer specializing in Japanese woodblock prints
Andreas Marks, Curator of Japanese and Korean Art, Minneapolis Institute of Art

Considered one of the greatest achievements in Japanese print making, the celebrated series 100 Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo Hyakkei) by Utagawa Hiroshige (1796-1857) is under the spotlight in our next Zoom event. Our panel of experts will offer insights and analyses on this innovative series with far-reaching impact. These remarkably varied and dynamic scenes of 19th-century Edo influenced artists across the globe and through the centuries.

June 24, 2021 at 5pm EDT

Chanoyu: Tea Ceremony 
Nicolle Bertozzi, PhD candidate in Japanese history at Columbia University 
Louise Cort, Curator emerita of ceramics, Freer | Sackler, Smithsonian Institution
Andrew Maske, Associate Professor in Art History and Japan Studies, University of Kentucky
Morgan Pitelka, Professor and Chair, Department of Asian Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Andrew Watsky, Professor and Director, Program in East Asian Art and Archaeology, Princeton University


July 2021



September 2 or 9, 2021

The Chazen Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Amy Gilman, Director, Chazen Museum of Art
Laura Mueller, Curator of Art, Portland Japanese Garden
Quitman (Gene) Phillips, Professor of Japanese Art at University of Wisconsin-Madison
James Wehn, Curator of Works on Paper, Chazen Museum of Art


Late September 2021

Born of Fire: Japanese Women Ceramic Artists at the Crow Museum of Asian Art
Hosted by the Crow Museum of Asian Art, Dallas, TX
Hayashi Kaku, artist
Futamura Yoshimi, artist
Fujikasa Satoko, artist
Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz, collectors and museum patrons
Joan Mirviss


To view our previous Zoom talks, please visit the VIDEO section of the website. 

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